White Park Dental
White Park Dental | Concord NH Dentist
  • Dental Office Concord NH | Family Dentist Concord

CareCredit

Please call us to discuss this option for interest-free, six or twelve-month, financing.  It can be used for many other health-care needs as well such as Hearing, Vision and Veterinary.

More information about this service: https://www.carecredit.com/go/SZC262/
Frequently Asked Questions

We are taking COVID-19 very seriously in our office. All CDC, ADA and NH guidelines are being followed. We have always strictly adhered to OSHA disinfection and sterilization protocols. Additional measures have been taken and can be read in our "COVID-19 Updates" tab on the website.

Here is a testimonial from one of our patients as seen on google reviews: "As a patient of the White Park Dental office, I want people to realize that I too was pretty skeptical about going in during the COVID virus as I am in my 80's. It was a relief to have a dental cleaning with the knowledge that I was safer than probably many other places I need to go during this time of infection.
My thought is that the dental staff is more at risk than we are as we do not wear masks during our procedures and they are exposed to us. I waited in my car until called and was in the waiting room a short time with only one other person. I noticed the waiting room was stripped of magazines and unnecessary items. There was a air filtering machine there and I am told they are in all the laboratories.

Carly, my hygienist was decked out in full gown covering, 2 masks and a shield and gloves. I knew I was safe when I saw her and she was very reassuring. I will not be so hesitant next time.

White Park Dental has our safety well in hand. I recommend them highly." Nancy, 10-26-2020

sedation dentistry concord nhDental fear is a common issue affecting millions of Americans. It’s very real, and at White Park Dental, we take your fears and your concerns seriously.

Some people develop dental fear after a difficult treatment or as the result of a less-than-sympathetic dentist, but most people can’t quite explain what causes them so much anxiety when they think of going to the dentist.

We think that part of the problem is how dentists are often portrayed in the media. TV shows and movies often show dentists as sadistic or cruel, which is unfortunate – and also couldn’t be further from the truth.

Your Comfort Is Our Priority

Your comfort is one of our main focuses. We will do everything in our power to make sure that you are comfortable at all times, and we always talk to you ahead of time about all your options. We will never perform any treatment without your express permission. You are in charge of your dental health, and we will respect your decisions.

If the thought of a cleaning or other procedure makes you anxious, please give us a call. Dr. Harvey and Bogacz have been in practice for several years and have the skill and expertise to make your dental care both efficient and comfortable. We will always recommend the most conservative treatment to resolve any problems that develop.

Call today to learn more about how we can help you overcome your dental anxiety.
 

It has been stated that the mouth is a “window into the health of the body”.  A connection has been found between oral health and several diseases including heart disease, diabetes, alzheimer’s, pneumonia, arthritis, cancer and premature labor.  80% of American adults over 35 have some form of gum disease.

Control Your Risk

Poor dental health leads to an increase in harmful bacteria, which enters the bloodstream and can lead to an increased risk of infection and/or inflammation.  Control of gum inflammation and prevention of periodontal (gum) disease by brushing twice daily, flossing nightly and seeing your dentist & hygienist routinely for professional maintenance is key for prevention.  It is also important to reduce your health risks with proper nutrition and quitting smoking.  We would be happy to consult with your regarding your health, please contact us!

person holding white Android smartphone in white shirt            It is possible that some dental discomfort may go away with time if it is from a mild trauma such as accidentally biting a hard food item or your cheek, but if it persists longer than a week or two, treatment may be needed.  If you are experiencing a sharp and/or lingering pain, then it is best to seek an immediate appointment to rule out an infection or abscess. 

Contact Us

It is wise to call and review your symptoms with our team so that we can determine the best timing for an appointment with us.  You can reach Dr. Harvey after hours in an emergency situation as well.  We will provide the best recommendations possible to get you comfortable again, so that you can enjoy your food and daily life. 

A dental emergency derails your weekend plans, keeps you awake most of the night, and makes you irritable. We get it. Dental emergencies, especially severe toothaches, are the worst.

However, a toothache is not the only type dental emergency our Concord, NH patients experience. Any dental issue that threatens your oral health or prevents you from enjoying your life is a dental emergency by our definition.

Examples of dental emergencies include:

  • Toothache
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Jaw pain
  • Jaw swelling
  • Broken tooth or restoration
  • Tooth or restoration knocked out or knocked loose
  • Injuries to the soft tissues of the mouth
  • Object lodged between teeth

These are only examples. If you notice anything that falls outside these definitions, contact a member of our compassionate dental team. Ongoing or sudden oral health changes can also be urgent, which is why we want to hear from you.  

Remember, regular dental exams, including periodic x-rays, and teeth cleanings can help lower your risks for cavities and dental infections. Also, an excellent brushing and flossing routine at home is crucial when it comes to avoiding infection or decay-based dental emergencies.

If You Have a Dental Emergency in Concord, Contact Our Dental Team

Our goal is to restore your oral health and well-being, and we always work hard to get you into the office as quickly as possible.

If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (603) 225-4143
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We are excited to say our office is open and accepting new patients! While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your safety and dental health. We look forward to seeing you again and are happy to answer any questions you may have.  To make an appointment please call our office at (603) 225-4143.

To learn about the recent changes to our infection control processes, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.